Few tickets remain for Blind Taste Temecula Valley

Wine lovers will have the chance to taste and judge each of the six wines that will be presented to them at Temecula Valley Winegrowers Association’s Blind Taste Temecula Valley Thursday, Dec. 5. Courtesy photo
Temecula Valley Winegrowers Association’s first-ever Blind Taste Temecula Valley is a popular one, with most of the 200 spots allocated for the Thursday, Dec. 5, event already snatched up by wine lovers.But not all, there are still select tickets available.Of course, this isn’t the first time the TVWA has hosted a blind tasting event, in fact, this one, according to Krista Chaich, executive director of TVWA, is a modification of the People’s Choice Blind Tasting event held in recent years.“This will be the first year that it will be a seated wine tasting with the winemakers themselves,” Chaich said. “They will share their personal insight and anecdotes of each wine presented.”Each of the participating wineries will host a table and participate in the guided bl
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